June 2013 Issue
Buzzwords: Adverse Yaw
Theres more to it than you might think.
Adverse yaw is usually defined as an airplane yawing in the direction opposite the intended turn direction when insufficient coordinating rudder is applied. True enough, sort of. But theres more to the story. By Edward P. Kolano.
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